daff

Daff vs And - What's the difference?

daff | and |


As a noun daff

is a fool; an idiot; a blockhead or daff can be (british|informal) short form of daffodil.

As a verb daff

is to be foolish; make sport; play; toy or daff can be to toss (aside); to dismiss.

As a proper noun and is

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Daff - What does it mean?

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Daff vs Baff - What's the difference?

daff | baff |


As nouns the difference between daff and baff

is that daff is a fool; an idiot; a blockhead or daff can be (british|informal) short form of daffodil while baff is (geordie) blank.

As verbs the difference between daff and baff

is that daff is to be foolish; make sport; play; toy or daff can be to toss (aside); to dismiss while baff is (archaic) to bark; yelp or baff can be to hit or strike, especially with something flat or soft.

Taff vs Daff - What's the difference?

taff | daff |


As a proper noun taff

is a river in south wales.

As a noun daff is

a fool; an idiot; a blockhead or daff can be (british|informal) short form of daffodil.

As a verb daff is

to be foolish; make sport; play; toy or daff can be to toss (aside); to dismiss.

Daff vs Daffy - What's the difference?

daff | daffy |


As a noun daff

is a fool; an idiot; a blockhead or daff can be (british|informal) short form of daffodil.

As a verb daff

is to be foolish; make sport; play; toy or daff can be to toss (aside); to dismiss.

As a proper noun daffy is

or daffodil .

Deff vs Daff - What's the difference?

deff | daff |


As an adverb deff

is (internet|slang).

As a noun daff is

a fool; an idiot; a blockhead or daff can be (british|informal) short form of daffodil.

As a verb daff is

to be foolish; make sport; play; toy or daff can be to toss (aside); to dismiss.

Daff vs Diff - What's the difference?

daff | diff |


As nouns the difference between daff and diff

is that daff is a fool; an idiot; a blockhead or daff can be (british|informal) short form of daffodil while diff is (slang).

As verbs the difference between daff and diff

is that daff is to be foolish; make sport; play; toy or daff can be to toss (aside); to dismiss while diff is (computing) to run a diff program on (files or items) so as to produce a description of the differences between them, as for a patch file.

As a proper noun diff is

(computing) a program, historically part of the unix operating system, which compares two files or sets of files and outputs a description of the differences between them.

Daff vs Caff - What's the difference?

daff | caff |


As nouns the difference between daff and caff

is that daff is a fool; an idiot; a blockhead or daff can be (british|informal) short form of daffodil while caff is (british|slang).

As a verb daff

is to be foolish; make sport; play; toy or daff can be to toss (aside); to dismiss.

Daff vs Daft - What's the difference?

daff | daft |


As a noun daff

is a fool; an idiot; a blockhead or daff can be (british|informal) short form of daffodil.

As a verb daff

is to be foolish; make sport; play; toy or daff can be to toss (aside); to dismiss.

As an adjective daft is

insane, mad.

Daff vs Daf - What's the difference?

daff | daf |


As a noun daff

is a fool; an idiot; a blockhead or daff can be (british|informal) short form of daffodil.

As a verb daff

is to be foolish; make sport; play; toy or daff can be to toss (aside); to dismiss.

As an initialism daf is

(german as a foreign language).

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